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workers. >>> palo alto city council will meet to discuss changes to cal train. they are looking into a study to find out the cost of digging some under passes and trenches. under the new design high speed rail in cal train would share woman tracks on the peninsula. many people say they like the idea of under passes because they are concerned about trains and cars both running at street level. but the california high speed rail authority says it would increase costs and engineering complications. >>> let's get everybody out the door. sal, you taking care of folks at the toll plaza? >> good monday morning to you. things are getting busier. every minute we see more cars showing up and the metering lights will be on soon. westbound backed up for a ten minute delay. the the peek these commutes are usually about 30 minutes. right now we don't have that just yet. we are also looking at the drive on the san mateo bridge and the dumbarton bridge. both those spans continue to look good with no major problems. highway 4 you can see there is slow traffic there as usual. and on 80 westbound
as early as this weekend. >>> and we knew the cal brears' football team has been struggle on the field but are things worse for the players in the classroom. the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can >>> 7:24. the cal bears have been struggling on the football field. it turns out they are struggling in the classroom today. according to be a ncaa report, uc -- to an ncaa report, uc berkeley has the lowest graduation rate among the nation's top 72 college football tales. just 44% graduates. that compares to 93% for stanford. cal's falling graduation success rate was a big reason former coach jeff petford was fired. >>> 7:25. there is a gas station clerk in florida very lucky to be arrive. he -- alive. he says it's all because his cell phone was there. that's because that phone stopped the bullet fired at a clerk during a robbery yesterday morning. the clerk had no idea he was shot until he felt a pain in his ch
n an interview before you wrote this book. >> something you can never the quite cal brate is the human emotional aspect of markets. >> i'm glad you raised that issue charlie because i'm just starting to write a economic. it's call the economytrics of human name. >> rose: so you do put numbers on. >> i don't know that yet. i know i can do it in a number of instances but whether i can do it in enough and when i finish the book i will know. >> rose: what have you learned. now that you have done all this study, what have you learned about the measurement? >> well, what i first started on is an extraordinary event. it's not that all the leading forecasters didn't know we were in a bubble at one point or another. that's not the issue. that's very easy to tell. the trick and the very difficult issue for forecasting is how can you pinpoint when the bubble breaks. but more importantly, what are the consequences of that. and this book attempting to attack those two questions was fundmental to how the economy functions. as far as i'm concerned, there's one critical issue which i th
. because they created a mat mat cal equation, it results in the number zero of civilians killed. >> also, the frequency of these attacks, josh, in one three-month period you report american troops staged 1700 night raids. we don't hear about that but we do hear about on friday a drone strike in pakistan killed a taliban chief mehsud. that's created with i won't say great celebration but a positive. american public hears about high-priority targets eliminated but rarely the civilian casualties, the way the drone strikes undermined american credibility overseas. >> the unanswered question about scope actually goes to the case the white house makes about this. when you say this is a smarter way of waging war, you can compare it to policy under bush administration september 11th attacks where we engaged in two full scale ground wars in iraq and afghanistan putting 100,000 american troops on the ground and probably leading to hundreds of thousands of deaths in iraq due to ensuing chaos and civil war. this is a strategy that has a much smaller footprint that i have to assume involves fewer civ
is your best bet. san mateo bridge is slow getting across the bay and slow traffic on 880. bart and cal train are on time. 9, 27, 48. >> a vicious dog attack last night and four people are in the hospital. tara moriarty is in that neighborhood now. you've been out there since early this morning and know more about what happened last night. >> reporter: neighbors say the scene out here last night was very chaotic. a man walking down this path was attacked by two other dogs described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes. when it got to the street, that's when neighbors say it got really scary. >> just before 9:00 last night, neighbors heard screams. >> there was like a bunch of cop cars out here and i was scared and i heard gunshots and i ran inside. >> some neighbors ran out of their homes to see what all of the commotion was about. that's when two dogs with a man walking his two dogs attacked them. >> there was blood all on my sidewalk and my driveway. they got close to here. >> four people were bitten. wounds mostly to arm s and legs. >> officers arrived and the dogs charged at the officers
these ideas -- there are myth cal cancellations of all health insurance, people should read their policy because if they're getting canceled, it is because it doesn't cover mental health screenings, doesn't cover mammograms, doesn't cover prostate exams, if you were to ever use it, it would be canceled because you reach a cap. all of these things that if you ever actually tried to use that junk insurance policy, it will be a nightmare. the federal government said it is illegal to sell people junk policies and if you have one, it has to be converted to a -- >> what you're arguing is that people who said, you know, the president said in the camera, if you like your insurance, you can keep it. you're saying, hey, you didn't like your insurance. you don't know. >> you didn't use it. >> that's a tough sell. he should have said, i guess, something more along the lines of the insurance you have is awful, and we're going to get rid of it and change it. >> this gets the -- i want to get to this side of it as well. we're talking about, you know, what -- this absolutely could still work and what ha
that's, i get that cal clax, too, if you are in the white house and the more you make a show of this the more you will be embarrassed if you can't win or come close to winning. do you think your party right now, governor whitman talks about in the state of fuge, the national lack of involvement. is your party setting itself up here, two, three years from now, you will look back and say, geeze, we built christie up a little too much? >> i don't think so. of course, we were saved by the virginia race. we will win in virginia. the republicans have a weak candidate this election will be a draw. will you have a democrat win in virginia. it's off to the next election. >> in terms of the image that we show that nbc poll that shows christie, the only republican poll, nationally, it's like a two to one spread. when you look to all of the problems, we've talked so much about the political party in 2012, it seems to me like you nominate christie, superficially, you will solve all those problems? >> it will be an interesting race, remember, steve, since world war ii, there has been no 12
's check in with martha mccal lum. >> good morning. the governor's race in virginia is starting to tighten up. ken cuccinelli is our guest. and new revelations on benghazi. trey buddy joins us this morning as well. so six, that's the number of people who signed up for obamacare on day one. why does the president not seem worried? great panel on what may be behind that. we'll see you at the top of the hour right here ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't help but see the good. afghanistan in 2009. on the u.s.s. saratoga in 1982. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation because it offers a superior level of protection and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. >>> over 26 million sold and now on broadway, il divo is back and performing tonight from their new album "a musical affair." take it away. go for it. ♪ ♪ tonight, to
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